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Caribbean enterprise project struggles to involve diaspora

The initiative may be a one-off due to the difficulty of finding experts with Caribbean ties to work with local …

04/04/13

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Study reveals economic burden of Chagas disease

Chagas disease costs countries US$7 billion a year, with Latin America paying the greatest price, a study has found.

13/03/13

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Leading TB vaccine candidate fails to protect babies

The first new tuberculosis vaccine in almost a century did not increase protection against TB compared with …

05/02/13

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Online tools 'decentralising disaster relief efforts'

Crowd-sourced maps and data could aid relief and humanitarian work after natural disasters such as Haiti's 2010 …

04/02/13

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New award for women scientists in low output countries

An international award for women scientists in less-developed countries aims to promote women in science and …

31/07/12

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Climate change 'may lead to collapse of Pacific corals'

Scientists have warned that climatic trends could lead to the collapse of Pacific coral reefs, threatening 500 …

13/07/12

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Research coalition to boost Internet access in rural Africa

A scheme to improve rural Zambia's communication infrastructure is just one project on the Global Research …

16/05/12

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US 'should be more open' to other nations' trial ethics

US-funded medical trials overseas could follow local ethical procedures if they offer 'equivalent protection', …

20/12/11

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Fungi join the DNA barcode club as the technique booms

Scientists at the International Barcode of Life conference have added fungi to a rapidly growing list of …

01/12/11

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Support R&D to adapt to climate change, says OECD report

An OECD report released ahead of UN climate talks in Durban calls for more financial support for research on new …

25/11/11

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